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    Ashleigh Garmon
    Ashleigh Garmon


    Oxnard, Calif.

    High School:




    NU Welcomes Final Two Nonconference Foes to Lakeside Field

    Week begins with Western Michigan Thursday, ends Sunday against Oakland

    Finished career tied for third all-time with 19 goals.
    Finished career tied for sixth all-time with 40 points.
    Finished career tied for first all-time with 9 Big Ten goals.
    Finished career fourth all-time with 19 Big Ten points.

    2004: 20 played/19 started ... Team captain ... Finished third on team with 14 points (6g, 2a) ... Tied her season high in points for a season, also set sophomore year ... 4-0-8 in Big Ten play, four conference goals broke previous NU record ... Tied for fourth in conference stats in goals scored and goals per game (conference only) ... Tied for ninth in Big Ten in points scored and points per game (conference only) ... Scored three goals in last six matches ... OT match-winner vs. Indiana (10/15) ... Match-tying goal vs. Purdue (10/17) ... Also scored vs. Michigan (9/17) and Iowa (10/1) ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2003: Appeared in 17 of NU's 18 matches, starting 14 times ... Finished the season with three goals, tied for second on the team ... Her seven points were good for fourth on the team ... Finished fifth among Wildcat players with 19 shots ... Recorded two-goal match against Ohio (9/7), including the 11th-fastest goal in NU history at 3:13 ... Scored the first goal as the Wildcats came back to defeat Iowa 3-1 (9/28) ... Assisted on NU's first goal in an eventual 4-2 loss to Big Ten champion Penn State (10/10) ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2002: Played in every match and started eight times ... Led the team with six goals, the best total by an NU player since Brooke Bell and Katie Hertz had seven apiece in 1998 and tied for eighth on NU's single-season list ... Also had two assists ... Second on the team with 14 overall points ... Led team with 30 shots ... Set school record with seven points (3g, 1a) at Louisville (9/13) ... First NU hat trick since 1991996 season ... Scored only goal in 1-0 win at Iowa (9/27) ... Scored tying goal against Minnesota (10/13) in a match NU went on to win 2-1 ... Also scored Wildcats' only goal in 3-1 loss to Penn State ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2001: Came off the bench to play in all 19 matches ... Established herself as legitimate offensive weapon in second half of the season ... Tied for team-high honors with four goals ... Finished tied for second with nine points ... Had 14 shots ... Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 OT win at Wisconsin (10/26) that put NU in Big Ten Tournament ... Also had game-winning goal in 2-1 win at UW-Milwaukee (10/14) that snapped Panthers' nine-match win streak ... Scored a goal and had an assist in 6-0 win over IPFW (10/28) ... Also scored in 3-0 win at Loyola (11/4).

    High School: Lettered four times in soccer ... Two-time Los Angeles Times All-Region ... Two-time Ventura County Star all-area... Three-time first team All-Channel League ... Scored 73 goals and had 39 assists in her high school career ... Team went 114-7-5 in her four years and won California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division II championships in 2000 and 2001 ... Scored winning goal in 2000 CIF championship match ... 2000 Female Soccer Player of the Year ... Member of California South Olympic Development Program ... Also lettered in track four times, winning team MVP honors all four years ... Two-time 100-meter and 200-meter conference champion ... 2000 conference champion in long jump.

    Personal: Born Ashleigh Nicole Garmon on 9/5/83 ... Daughter of Debra and Everette Garmon ... Father played football at San Jose State ... Sister (Courtney) played soccer at Emory, while brother (Brandon) played soccer at Morehouse.

    Garmon's Stats

    Year GP/S Shots G A Pts. GWG
    2001 19/2 14 4 1 9 2
    2002 18/8 30 6 2 14 1
    2003 17/14 19 3 1 7 1
    2004 20/19 33 6 2 14 1
    Totals 74/43 96 19 6 44 5